Winter Wyoming camping can be a wonderful way to relax before the madness of the holidays sets in. Wyoming has much to offer, with an array of State and National parks for campers to enjoy during their break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Previously we covered some of Wyoming’s great State Parks, but the Cowboy State has even more to offer with its beautiful National Parks.

Our Budget Campervans are perfect to get you where you want to go for winter Wyoming camping, without breaking the bank just before the season of giving. Fall and winter campervan rental rates start at only $37.99 a day. That’s a 76% savings off our summer rates!

Fossil Butte has Much to Offer!

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Fossil Butte Wyoming Photo courtesy of NPS


Fossil Butte is home to an astonishing collection of well preserved fossils of all kinds! Plants, animals, and even insects from the past can be seen preserved in rocks for visitors to see when they visit this unique park. Camping is located just outside of the area, so this park may make more of a pleasant day trip than an extended say- which is perfect for our campers. Our Campervans allow you to travel whenever you like, and Wyoming has much to see!





Devils Tower Will Leave You in Awe

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Famous Devil’s Tower. Photo courtesy of NPS

The Devils Tower is a unique geologic formation that will leave you in awe. There are several hiking trails to take around the Tower to see it at its fullest, and one of the trails even leads right up to the Tower’s base. Devils Tower holds spiritual significance with many Native American tribes, and with a presence like that it’s no wonder that it does. The park’s campgrounds close in October, but Devil’s Tower is definitely a must-see for anyone venturing into Wyoming. Local camp areas can be found in the Devil’s Tower KOA, Belle Fourche River Campground, and Devils Tower Tipi Camping.


 Check Out This Cool Video on Devils Tower!

Grand Teton has Breathtaking Scenery

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Grand Teton is Awesom. Photo courtesy of NPS

Grand Teton is probably one of the more well known parks in Wyoming, and it’s reputation is well deserved. Home to gorgeous plant life and awe-inspiring mountains, Grand Teton is unquestionably one of the best camping spots Wyoming has to offer. Skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, sleigh rides and snowshoeing are just some of the activities that campers can enjoy in this gorgeous park. A Lost Campers Campervan can get you there for your Winter Wyoming camping adventure at a deal that’ll leave plenty left over for souvenirs!


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Our Salt Lake City depot is only 3 –  9 hours drive from these popular Wyoming winter camping adventures. Our daily rates are at our lowest price from November – March, about 76% off our summer campervan rental rates, so get your quote today!